- Died: 1623
- Japanese: 亀洲宗鶴 (Kishuu Soukaku)
Born in Owari province, he became the ninth abbot of Kongô-in in Takefu, in what is now Fukui prefecture. He also founded a temple called Ryûkai-ji in Osaka. In 1599, he took up residence at Gekkyô-in, a temple in Fushimi, and converted it from Shingon Buddhism to Sôtô Zen.
- "Shiryôhen kaidai shiryô honkoku: Edo dachi ni tsuki oose watashi dome" 「史料編解題・史料翻刻「江戸立二付仰渡留」」, in Kamiya Nobuyuki 紙屋敦之 (ed.), Kinsei Nihon ni okeru gaikoku shisetsu to shakai hen'yô 3: taikun gaikô kaitai wo ou 『近世日本における外国使節と社会変容（３）－大君外交解体を追う－』, Tokyo: Waseda University (2009), p45-46n45.
- "Gekkyô-in," Kyoto fukoh 京都風光.